Small as it may be, the iQ doesn’t strike us as a precision font-making tool–but that’s exactly what Toyota has done in the video above; you can download the actual iQ font here.
The name is about as strange as the bike itself: Fire Trick Bob is powered by an actual jet engine that runs on JP-4 jet fuel and gets 120,000 RPM; translation: Bob’ll knock your socks off.
Chosen from 21,000 submissions at Local-Motors.com, the Rally Fighter is pipe dream become reality: when built, it’ll pack a BMW 3.0L twin-turbo diesel good for 425 lb-ft of torque.
Audi’s A5 Sportback is official; essentially a five-door version of the A5 coupe with a tailgate, it’ll be coming to Europe September but most likely will skip the USA this time around.
JS Armoured’s customized Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a military-grade sleeper: the changes are all inside, with ballistic steel, bulletproof windows, run flat tires and kevlar floors.
Who we gonna call? Potentially you: Ecto 1, the 1959 Cadillac ambulance used for Ghostbusters by Universal Studios, is being sold on eBay–minus the proton packs, of course.
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson takes a drug dealer’s EVO VII and pits it vs. the British Army; sure, it’s contrived and they’re firing tracers, but it’s tough saying no to harmless war porn. Part 2 here.
Promoting Red Bull’s upcoming X-Fighters, FMX legend Robbie Madison takes on London’s Tower Bridge; not content to merely jump the span, he does a no-handed backflip.
The Colorado XT Pontoon Boat is a fishing minivan: sitting atop two 9-ft pontoons, it sports a 3-position seat, foot rests, storage basket, 20 pockets, and most importantly, cup holders.
If you’ve ever wondered why fighter jets cost $55 million a piece, this time lapse video of an F/A-18F Super Hornet should make it pretty clear: this ain’t no LEGO set! Thanks, IceBone!
Move over, Bugatti: the 1931 Miller V16 was the cream of the crop for a line of Indy-bred racing cars, and the only with a 16-cylinder engine; it’ll auction at RM Auctions next month.
If this is NASA’s escape pod, we can’t wait to see the real thing: the Max Launch Abort System will propel astronauts away from the Ares I rocket in the event of an emergency.
The Yin to the Carbon Edition’s Yang, Gemballa’s Mirage GT Matt Edition swoops in with a stealth-bomber paint job, 670 hp/630 Nm of torque V10, 0-60 of 3.7s and 208 mph top speed.
Installed at the Goodwood Festival in England, Gerry Gudah’s Audi Central Display stands a whopping 105 feet high; it features an R8 on one end and a 1937 Streamliner at the other.
Not content to dominate Microsoft, Google’s Autonomobile takes on the car makers and takes out the driver: there’s no steering wheel or brakes, although it ironically includes a bar.
Celebrating New York bike culture and local manufacturing, Core77′s Dutch Master bicycle is based on a Worksman cruiser frame and is hand-built by Brooklyn’s KT Higgins.
The 2010 Jaguar XJ is official: the all-aluminum chassis flagship sedan takes the design cues of the XF; the top model packs a 5.0L V8 with 510 hp, 461 lb-ft, good for a 0-60 of 4.7s.
For bicycle riders who appreciate name-brand cachet, Brooks is offering limited edition versions of its Swift Saddle in multiple colors; each celebrates various worldwide bike championships.
Proof that tons of man-made machinery are no match for the brute power of Mother Nature, this Train vs. Tornado video is a real-life disaster movie; skip to 1:00 to see it start.
Techart’s Porsche Cayenne Diesel lets owners keep their fuel economy and emissions low while addressing its power shortfall: 290hp, 465 lb-ft and a 0-60 of 7.7s (down from 8.3s).
Hurst sets its sights squarely on the wallets of Hemi fans with the Competition/Plus Challenger SRT8; you’ll get an Eibach suspension, Magnaflow exhaust and Hurst 20″ alloys.
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